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ERQEngineering Review Questionnaire
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Wong and Law Emotional Intelligence Scale (WLEIS), Deo-Mohan Achievement Motivation (N-Ach) Scale, Cognitive Emotion Regulation Questionnaire (CERQ) and Self-esteem Questionnaire (SEQ) were administered and comparison was drawn among the different groups.
Background: The Cognitive Emotion Regulation Questionnaire (CERQ) is a cognitive and emotional tool measuring how individuals deal with stressful life events.
Participants were asked to complete several surveys, including the Eating Disorder Diagnostic Scale (EDDS), the Yale Food Addiction Scale, the Emotion Regulation Questionnaire, and the National Stressful Events Survey (NSES).
The Cognitive Emotion Regulation Questionnaire (CERQ; Garnefski, Kraaij, & Spinhoven, 2001) is a 36-items self-report questionnai re assessi ng the cognitive emotional regulation strategies a person tends to use after experiencing negative life events.
Personal information form, Cognitive Emotion Regulation Questionnaire (CERQ; Garnefski and Kraaij, 2002), and Centre for Epidemiological Studies Depression Scale Children's Version (CES-DC; Weissman, Orvaschel, and Padian, 1980) were administered.
We developed the Online Emotion Regulation Questionnaire for Adolescents (Chinese version) using previous online psychology and behavioral research and qualitative work with teenagers, with reference to interview outlines designed by the Taiwanese scholar Jiang (1987).
i) Coping Style: Cognitive Emotion Regulation Questionnaire (CERQ) The CERQ is a 36 item self reporting questionnaire with a 5 point Likert response format (1 almost never to 5 almost always) designed to evaluate the cognitive aspects of emotion regulation coping strategies.
A check-up could readily be made using some of the methods available for self-regulation research: self-report questionnaires (for example the Emotion Regulation Questionnaire [ERQ, see Gross & John, 2003], or the VCQ [Kuhl & Fuhrmann, 2000]) may be administered at regular intervals within a treatment scheme, yielding some information about conscious self-regulatory and conscious self-control processes.
1995), which has been validated in Spain (Fernandez-Berrocal, Extremera, & Ramos, 2004); The Negative Mood Regulation (NMR; Catanzaro & Mearns,1990); The Emotion Regulation Questionnaire (ERQ; Gross & John, 2003), which has also been validated in Spain (Rodriguez-Carvajal, Moreno-Jimenez, & Garrosa, 2006); and the Cognitive Emotion Regulation Questionnaire (CERQ; Garnefski, Kraaij, & Spinhoven, 2001), which only considers the cognitive components involved in ER.
Short Cognitive Emotion Regulation Questionnaire [short-CERQ] (Garnefski & Kraaij, 2006)
Kashdan and his colleagues assessed trait social anxiety with the following global self-report measures: a 19-item Social Interaction Anxiety Scale, a 10-item Emotion Regulation Questionnaire, a 20-item Positive and Negative Affect Schedule (PANAS), and a 20-item Center for Epidemiology Studies Depression Scale.